3G Media Group is proud to announce the launching of African Times International Newspaper in New York. The launching is another milestone by 3G Media Group which is adding another venture. to various ventures in America.

The date is Friday, May 27th, 2022, 9pm and Bronx, New York. African Times Paper Published in 32 pages; Print, digital, color, monthly, black and White. One would ask In the midst of the pandemic and social media where information is now online, why would a newspaper in print necessary? The attractions here according to the Publisher are; quality, authentic news and free. It focuses on promoting entrepreneurship, community events, affairs in all areas such as; Lifestyle, Health, Fashion, sports, Investments, international news/affairs as well as both US and Ghana government projects.

The newspaper was inspired by 3G Magazine which is a colorful and quarterly magazine. African Times International newspaper is here to stay and will be distributed across the United States, Europe and Canada. White it is promoting diasporan news, tt is also a medium to promote the Ghana First agenda. Investors and Franchisees are needed. You are invited to join and celebrate this historic occasion.

3G Media Group, which is run by Rosette Multiservices headquartered in Philadelphia PA. It was officially launched in November, 2008 alongside its first project; 3G Magazine. Serving the community in local diaspora news, culture, fashion, education, health, religion and entertainment. A year later, in December 2009, we launched the Annual 3G Awards Celebrations for our unsung heroes. It has become a mega celebrity and high profile event changing lives. Much appreciation goes to Sonny Vanderpuye, Editor, West African Times and George Kwasi Bright, Editor;Afrikan Post for their immense support.

Source:3G Media Group

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